Easter Candy and Wine Pairing

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Jolly Rancher Sours Bunnies

Now THIS was something I was dreading. To the Sour Bunnies’ credit, I only tasted the watermelon and cherry part of their play group. Apple and orange deserve a fair shot, but my palate couldn’t take it.

Rueda - The fuller body overpowered the whole point of these bunnies’ existence: sourness. It did calm down the artificial qualities nicely.

Rosé - If you want to experience an explosion of nastiness in your mouth, here’s your chance.

Bubbly - Please, don’t try this combo at home!

You might also try: A floral white like Viognier that has a touch of sweetness and can drown out the heavy acid and sugar.
 

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  • Snooth User: shsim
    Hand of Snooth
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    Haha sour candy and wine pairing sounds like a good challenge to take up.

    Apr 04, 2012 at 8:24 PM


  • -why not dark chocolate with a Recioto de la Valpolicella and walnuts if the Easter is rainy...

    Apr 05, 2012 at 3:21 AM


  • Snooth User: Azeredo
    536111 9

    All chocolate with Jerez or Montilla Pedro Ximenes (PX).
    Dark chocolate with Port LBV.

    Apr 05, 2012 at 6:34 PM


  • Snooth User: luv2runmom
    420724 16

    The Chocolate Shop Wines from Walla Walla Washington

    Apr 06, 2012 at 9:59 PM


  • Snooth User: PLMO
    853999 20

    Jam Jar Sweet Shiraz?? It's a great wine for people trying to break the Moscato habit, and it's pretty good with spicier things, but even the thought of chocolates or Peeps with this makes me cringe. (grit teeth and shiver)

    Apr 07, 2012 at 5:19 PM


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